we now return to your regularly scheduled mercymaker shitposts
pharah: so how long have you been sleeping with widowmaker mercy: what?? thats disgusting. and wrong. and i dont even get—why would—ive never had sex with anyone. anywhere. its none of your—the nerve, the audacity, widowmaker is my enemy, technically. and how—how do i know, frankly, that youre not sleeping with her?? maybe you are. maybe youre trying to throw me off. hm?? check and mate
me at 2:15 in the am: how are they feasibly gonna let negan live after we just saw all these characters ready to die for just one shot at him
i stopped reading the comics before we got to negan, like i know the basic summary and all but can someone tell me how they ended up imprisoning him and if thats even a possibility on the show at this point
like i got hope and we got all that cell foreshadowing but i cant help but get nervous
“There is speculation that Thomas Jefferson, the third president and writer of the Declaration of Independence may have been autistic or have Asperger’s syndrome. Norm Ledgin, author of Diagnosing Jefferson, indicates that Jefferson was shy, had an inability to relate to others, had difficulties in public speaking and was sensitive to loud noises. Also, similarly to Einstein, Jefferson had a difficulty with his finances. Although he kept an accurate record of all of his transactions, he died in debt. He also had an obsession for remodeling his home and was very eccentric. Jefferson had some “abnormal” tendencies including wearing slippers to important meetings and always having a mocking bird that sat on his shoulder to keep. This mock bird may have been an effort to keep him calm during social interactions. Unfortunately, due to a fire, there are no records of Jefferson’s childhood. Therefore, it is difficult to determine whether he may have had delayed speech or display any earlier signs of autism.